This year's anticipated Class I Play was a light-hearted, musical adaptation of the beloved children's book 'Where the Wild Things Are.'
What happens when a group of young girls decide they don't want to mind their manners and find themselves sent from a party without any dinner? They flee to the land where the wild things are and prove they were born to be wild!
This year's anticipated Class I Play was a light-hearted, musical adaptation of the beloved children's picture book 'Where the Wild Things Are.' Following the classic tale, the girls embark on a journey that gives them free reign over a wild and untamed land, but they soon come to realize that life at home – with a warm bed, good food and a loving family – isn't so bad after all.
Performing arts faculty Jeremy Johnson worked closely with the students in directing the play, and he dedicated the performance to the Class of 2019 who performed the same play in Class I.
Special thanks to Penny Ouellette for the music direction, Carey McKinley for choreography, Andres Puigbo for set design and production, and Jessica Pribble for the magical costumes.
Bravo to all the Class I students on an incredible accomplishment!